Global advocacy can be nuanced. Here are a few things to keep in mind when advocating abroad.
At their core, PACs exist for the purpose of raising and spending money to elect candidates to elected office. But the reality of roles served by most connected PACs is much more complex.
An effective prep session will help you polish up on the topics that you want to shine, and ensure that you don’t get tarnished by any last minute surprises.
There is a cartoon by the late Charles Barsotti that a former colleague gave me several years ago that I still keep at my desk. It reads, “Some PACs, senator, are more super than others.”
Council Chair Charlene Lake shares why public affairs leaders need to actively promote diversity.
Get the facts on PACs. Council PAC expert Kristin Brackemyre outlines what you need to know about corporate PACs.
With less than 50 percent of Americans trusting the news media, professional associations and businesses are in a position to fill the trust gap and win the public’s confidence.
If a U.S. president tweets in a forest and no one is around to hear him, does he make a sound?
Council President Doug Pinkham examines how Americans react to corporate crises and controversies and which demographic groups are the most concerned. Read More
Council Vice President Chris Bender looks at how the recent student response to the Stone Douglass tragedy is changing advocacy.